A-Z Bus Sales wins Calif. CNG paratransit contract

Posted on October 26, 2011

A-Z Bus Sales Inc., a provider of transportation solutions, was awarded a multi-unit contract with the State of California, Department of General Services, for medium CNG paratransit buses. The contract award was the result of Invitation for Bid DGS 1005-005 "Paratransit Buses."

The company provides buses to a variety of organizations including: K-12 schools, universities, municipalities, shuttle operators, hotels, health care providers, tour and charter companies, churches and retirement centers and represents new buses by Elkhart Coach, Glaval Bus, Arboc Mobility, Mobility Works, Braun, Blue Bird, MicroBird and Collins Bus as well as one of the largest inventories of used buses on the West Coast.

A-Z Bus Sales provides sales and service for new and used buses, financing of all buses through a large nationwide network, and offers parts and services, including emissions testing and diesel engine retrofits and warranty repairs.


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